⌘ Work – Live – Play in Bangkok CBD ⌘
BEB Silom Condolette on the corner of Silom and Narathiwat rd. is only 400 metres away from Chong Nonsi BTS station and 800 metres from Saladaeng BTS station, right in the heart of Silom business district and all in the city that never sleeps. This means, you only need to take a short walk to everything you ever need. Or a short BTS hop will take you to discover more of what CBD Bangkok has to offer!
⌘ Neighboring Cultural Vicinities ⌘
Despite being at one of the best location in Bangkok CBD, Silom is so close to many charming historic neighbor districts that you can even walk around or take a short hop with no hassles to get about.
Bangrak – Charoen Krung
Bang Rak is a lively shopping and entertainment hub known for lavish riverside hotels with glitzy rooftop bars. Within this district, the busy Silom neighborhood has casual pubs, chic cocktail lounges, and gay bars. Dining ranges from street food to upscale Italian and American eateries. Tailors, jewelers, and decor stores line Charoen Krung Road, while arts space Warehouse 30 features vendors, galleries, and films.
Chao Phraya Riverside
Only 1.7 km. along Silom rd. from BEB Silom Condolette, the Chao Phraya River is always there for you to explore. You’ll never be able to brag to your friends about Thailand and Bangkok without visiting this most important river of the country. Cruising along the river either in a luxury cruiser or be it in a small spear-shape long-tail boat is an enjoyable experience.
Khlong San is one of the oldest districts of Bangkok with a long history on the west bank of Chao Phraya River in Thon Buri District. Its name comes from the name of a khlong (canal) that runs through the area, “Khlong San” or “Khlong Prasan”. Its starting from Chao Phraya River towards Khlong Somdet Chao Phraya Ong Noi at the front of Wat Phichai Yat connect with various canals. Khlong San is an up-and-coming riverside district with trendy developments like Lhong 1919, a former Chinese courtyard mansion now filled with upscale restaurants and quirky shops offering clothing, home goods, and crafts. Set amid leafy grounds, The Jam Factory has pop-up fairs and a regular farmers’ market, plus a contemporary art space. Wat Thong Nopakhun is a Buddhist temple known for its ornate golden windows.
Yaowarat Road in Samphanthawong District is the main artery of Bangkok’s Chinatown. Modern Chinatown now covers a large area around Yaowarat and Charoen Krung Road. It has been the main centre for trading by the Chinese community since they moved from their old site some 200 years ago to make way for the construction of Wat Phra Kaew, the Grand Palace.
Pahurat, often known as Thailand’s Little India, is an ethnic neighborhood surrounding Phahurat Road in Wang Burapha Phirom Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok. The area that would become Phahurat was an enclave of Annamese (Vietnamese) immigrants who came to Siam during the reign of King Taksin. Many of today’s Phahurat residents are of South Asian descent. A Sikh community settled there more than a century ago and established a textile trading center that is still thriving. The golden-domed Siri Guru Singh Sabha temple is a landmark of Phahurat. The neighborhood is also home to South Asian Hindus and Muslims.